Bell Covers — AxMasks™!


AxMask™ Bell Covers are available for bells sized 3″ to 26″. Made from woven materials, these are MUCH higher quality than the frail knit “snake oil” versions currently found on the market. Combined with our musicians masks, we hope these allow you to restart your rehearsals and enjoy music again.


Product Description

Available in black or white, these covers feature high quality, densely woven materials. Developed in partnership with the University of Minnesota Department of Music and their marching band program, these are available for bells sized 3″ to 26″.

The white version is 5.3 oz cotton poplin while the black woven fabric is significantly heavier. Both bell cover options can be washed and reused. We recommend black for bell covers and white for the instrument covers. The French horn cover currently has an external right hand glove, and we are working up additional designs for the horn bags based on feedback we have received.

The trumpet drawstring “bag” is more playable than the elastic bell cover, as the terminal nodal point sits slightly beyond the plane of a trumpet bell (physics!). The bag can be a great aid in playing high, exposed solos as well, and is very similar to our GnatCatcher™ Bag Mute that we have sold for years. Getting the hand? Bag it!

We also make a complete line of woodwind AxMask™ INSTRUMENT COVERS, as well as Chop Slot™ Musicians Masks for brass, woodwind, and flute players.

Additional Information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 8 × 6 × 2 in

3″ Clarinet/Oboe/Bassoon, 5″ Alto Sax/Trumpet/Bass Clarinet, Trumpet Drawstring Bag, Trombone Drawstring Bag, 6″ Tenor Sax/Flugelhorn, 8″ Trombone/Bari Sax, 10″ Mellophone/Baritone/Euphonium/Bass Trombone, 11″ Mellophone/Baritone/Euphonium/Bass Trombone, 12″ French Horn, 15″ Small-Medium Tuba, 17″ Large Tuba, 21″ XL Tuba, 25″ Sousaphone


Heavy WHITE Cotton, Heavier BLACK Woven Liner

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